Ruth Ann (Joseph) Vericella is changing lives with the new scholarship for special education students that she has established, inspired by her 30 years of teaching and administrative experiences.
We all have to learn to live with others at some point in our lives, so we are breaking down the basics to keep you from being a bad roommate with Deonte Rivers, AU alum and our host's actual roommate.
On this week’s episode of "In the Wild," Kim Koss, director for Alumni Engagement, and Katie Chavous, Alumni Engagement coordinator, join us virtually to announce new programs from their department to help support our newest alumni and AU community.
For a special episode of "In the Wild," we talk to our friends from "DropTheDis," a local Augusta podcast, about how students can get the most out the city of Augusta while living on or off campus.
After 35 years at Augusta University, Dr. Gretchen Caughman will retire on Aug. 31.
The film 'Tulsa,' which opens Friday, is filled with Augusta University connections.
“If I win the contest, I plan to use the winnings to fund my mentoring foundation, Worth the Hooplah," said McCloud, who is competing in a national fitness competition.
Whether it was tackling the university’s name change shortly after arriving on campus in 2015 or facing the complications of this year’s COVID-19 pandemic, Brooks A. Keel, PhD, has always stood up for what he calls his top priorities: students and...
Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to get creative and think outside the box when it comes to welcoming people back to Augusta University, even though some activities will still remain off limits for safety’s sake.
The image she designed is everywhere, and so is she: Alissa Eckert (MSMI '06) is the most famous medical illustrator in the world.
Despite the family’s disappointment over traditional ceremonies being postponed, Gina and Robert Thurman are determined to properly celebrate daughter Ashley's graduation from the College of Nursing at Augusta University.
Two alumni nominated for Rookie of the Year in Columbia County schools credit hard work and the AU College of Education for their first-year success.
With the increasing risks associated with the widespread coronavirus (COVID-19), Augusta University is postponing Alumni Weekend 2020, originally scheduled for April 24-26.
The Division of Communications and Marketing is launching a podcast this spring. In the Wild is the first podcast from the university to discuss campus news and events, including interviews with members of the university community.
Students and alumni of Augusta University will get to show off their Jaguar spirit during the upcoming annual homecoming week.
The fifth annual David H. Pashley Learn-and-Lunch lecture will be presented by Thomas R. McDonald, DMD.
The College of Education at Augusta University, in concert with the U.S. Army and Fort Gordon, participates in a nationwide program to assist military personnel and veterans in pursuing a new career in teaching.
Dr. Lori Foster of the Class of 1994 at Augusta University will serve as the fall commencement speaker on Dec. 13 at the James Brown Arena.
Former Augusta mayor and Augusta University alumnus Deke Copenhaver has been overwhelmed by the positive reactions from all over the world to his new book, "The Changemaker: The Art of Building Better Leaders."
Presented by Augusta University and the Summerville Neighborhood Association, the 2019 Lighting of the Tree ceremony on Dec. 2 welcomed faculty, students, staff and the community.